Alright, now that we got through the more professional part of the last two weeks, it’s time to explore what I have been up to when I’m “off the clock.” I don’t want to hype these last 14+ days up too much because it was so much more than the typical party scene. I mean there were those few days we really hit the town, … Continue reading The Two-Week Whirlwind, Pt. 2: PARTY TIME
It has been a WHIRLWIND these last 14+ days, so this blog may have been paused temporarily BUT I want to pick it up right where I left off so no one is missing out. I’m also breaking it into two parts but don’t be fooled because this blog is still a lengthy boi. I wanna get down to business first then the party comes … Continue reading The Two-Week Whirlwind Pt.1: Business First
One week. It only took one week for the kids to really take a hold of our hearts at Eglinton. I don’t think we go a day without talking about our kids and how much we care about them… even on our off days! After being away for two days, we were blowing up our group chat, talking about every kid and how much we … Continue reading Quite Chaotic, Pretty Hectic, Extremely Exhausting, and Super Worth it!
Wow. Just wow. It has been a little over a week since I began this journey and I am feeling a plethora of emotions. It has felt like I have been here for so long since I have experienced so much, yet, it feels like this week has gone by in the blink of an eye. When I think about it, I have already finished … Continue reading Two New Worlds in One Week
In less than twenty-four hours I will embark on an adventure that is unprecedented in my family. I will be crossing the pond and spending the next six weeks in Ireland. I will be honest, I have been trying to write this pre-departure post for a while, and I have made numerous edits as the summer progresses. My summer began with a few days of … Continue reading Summer is Halfway Over Yet Just Beginning
Year in school: Rising Senior Major/Minor: Family, Youth, and Community Sciences/Educational Studies, Leadership, and Nonprofit Organizational LeadershipCertifying in Family Life EducationProgram: UF in Galway and Gweedore – Youth Development, Irish Culture, and Service-Learning Have you traveled abroad before? If so, where and why?I have only left the states once previous to this study abroad. Last summer I spent two weeks with my sister visiting my … Continue reading Alexander Britton: Summer in Galway & Gweedore, Ireland